Miss Sen has a subspecialist practice in periocular skin cancer and reconstruction and is a core member of the Worcestershire multidisciplinary skin cancer team.
Miss Sen joined Optegra Eye Hospital Birmingham in 2013. She graduated from Leicester University Medical School in 1993 and underwent ophthalmic surgical training in Liverpool. Further subspecialist training in oculoplastics was undertaken in Newcastle upon Tyne and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. She has previously worked in a consultant capacity at the Western Eye Hospital, London and currently holds a consultant post within the Worcestershire Acute NHS Trust.
She is one of the only UK ophthalmic surgeons trained to practice the Mohs microsurgical technique for skin cancer, which combines the best outcomes in terms of both cure and tissue conservation. Cosmetic treatments, both surgical and non-surgical (botulinum toxin, fillers, chemical peels) are also part of Miss Sen’s practice.
Miss Sen is the clinical lead for Clinical Governance and Audit within her NHS practice and is a member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. She has published research in numerous international peer reviewed journals.